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Trout season was allowed to open Thursday in the Eastern Sierra's Inyo County after a delay due to concerns that an influx of anglers would... [Read More]
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The overall number of confirmed COVID-19-related deaths since the start of the coronavirus pandemic climbed to 6,640 on Thursday as another 93 deaths were reported.... [Read More]
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Youth sports programs will be allowed to resume in Rhode Island starting Monday, though there won't be any league play, tournaments or other organized competitions... [Read More]
Gov. Brad Little said Thursday that Idaho can move to the third of his four-stage plan to return to regular activity as it seeks to... [Read More]
Two of Maryland's most populous counties will begin lifting some coronavirus-related restrictions on Monday, allowing for an expanded reopening of businesses and activities. ... [Read More]
A Nevada-based property management company that issued eviction notices to tenants in Tacoma during the coronavirus pandemic has agreed to pay nearly $350,000 to resolve... [Read More]
Arkansas reached another one-day record for new coronavirus cases on Thursday, a spike health officials said was driven by the state's northwest region. ... [Read More]
Two days after a country music festival in northern Wisconsin got the green light to hold four days of concerts expected to attract thousands, organizers... [Read More]
Students could be returning to Florida's 12 public universities this fall after campuses were shut down this past spring because of the coronavirus pandemic. ... [Read More]
Michigan residents are heading to hardware stores for do-it-yourself home improvements or hiring contractors to tackle a wide range of projects they identified while spending... [Read More]
U.S. stocks erased gains and ended lower after President Donald Trump said he'd hold a news conference Friday to discuss China, potentially stoking tensions between... [Read More]
There are two things that are obviously and demonstrably true and have been for some time. The first is that there are very few documented... [Read More]
Twitter has a problem: Its platform is overrun by bad actors and misinformation, as exemplified by the social media service's most famous power user, Donald... [Read More]
Hospitalizations in CT coronavirus pandemic fell by a net 36 patients Thursday, bringing total to 648. [Read More]
House Democratic leaders abandoned plans to pass a significant surveillance overhaul package on Thursday as the measure fell victim to presidential tweets, opposition from the... [Read More]
In January, Facebook and Twitter published new policies for dealing with "deepfakes," or what the industry terms "synthetic media" - audiovisual clips created with the... [Read More]
A coronavirus travel ban between Turkey's worst affected cities is being lifted while restaurants, cafes and sports facilities will reopen on June 1, the country's... [Read More]
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie said Thursday that his department has all but stopped use of an unproven malaria drug on veterans with COVID-19. ... [Read More]
Chicago next week will begin loosening restrictions on many businesses intended to prevent spread of the coronavirus, the mayor of the nation's third-largest city said... [Read More]
Washington has recovered $300 million paid to criminals who used stolen personal information to file fraudulent unemployment benefit claims amid the COVID-19 crisis, state officials... [Read More]
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